Published on June 27th, 2014 | by Kristen Swain2
Chocolate Chip Cookie S’Mores
I’m a more is more kind of girl. Extra butter on my popcorn, glitter on my nails, extra pillow on the bed. I guess I’m almost a plus-one kind of girl. I can get two for the price of one? Count me in. So when we had a couple of the minions friends over, I was pressed to come up with a cool dessert. I mean, the minions were all for S’Mores, making the marshmallows on the bonfire. But I overheard the oldest talking to her friend about my chocolate chip cookie dough and in my mind, the combination hit. I wondered. Could they be combined? Would it be too much?
I knew I’d need to make my cookies thin to accommodate the extra middle part, and the other cookie. So when I made my batch of cookies, I formed them into disks and smooshed them down so that they would come out uniform in shape and size.
Just use your favorite cookie dough recipe. Or mix it up, you could do many kinds of cookie with this. Vanilla, snickerdoodle, raspberry, peanut butter, etc…
Of course, I’m posting this early for 4th of July, as so many of us have cookouts and potlucks to attend. Be the hit of the party and bring a tray of these chocolate chip cookie s’mores with you.
Can you say YUM! they were the biggest hit! Warm silky chocolate and fluffy sweet marshmallow with the dark chocolate chip cookies, an ultimate combination!
Can you believe, you can make these ahead of time as well? All you do is flip a cookie upside down, place a a piece of chocolate bar on that, then toast your marshmallow. If you don’t put a lot of heat on them, you can place them on the chocolate, then top with the other cookie. To serve a larger group, microwave or oven the cookies for about 8 second in the micro, or 5 minutes in the oven. The marshmallows will puff up and soften as well as the chocolate, and a warm cookie is everyone’s favorite.
If you are at a cookout, you could pile them into a foil packet and put them on the grill, off the heat of course. Perfect once the grill is cooling down from the day of cooking.